GSG community pitches in to preserve creek

Karen Grammar
Great Southern Grammar
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Agriculture teacher, Mr Julian Gugenheim, led a highly successful tree planting exercise, with students, staff and volunteers planting a massive 5000 seedlings along Johnston Creek on Wednesday, 19 September 2018.

This was a fantastic opportunity for students from Junior, Middle and Senior school to participate in an active outdoors project that enhances the local environment and improves campus sustainability.

Congratulations and thank you to all who helped achieve this goal, including the GSG P&F and parents, Albany Plantations, Green Skills, Oyster Harbour Catchment Group and South Coast Natural Resource Management.Well done, everyone!

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James (Your Move)

Hi Karen - it looks like Julian, the students, staff and volunteers did a great job! It's really good to see GSG harnessing the energy of local volunteers. Unfortunately in the case, as the activity is not directly related to increasing walking, cycling and PT use, we can't give you any bonus points for the fantastic activity the school undertook. Make sure you let us know if your volunteers help out next time on a Your Move project.

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